Acrylic, rubber and silicone adhesive on tissue, PET, tearable PET, polyimide, differential coatings, and supported transfer tapes.
What’s unique about diisocyanates is their ability to provide an “expanding” property to an adhesive. Products such as Gorilla™ Glue are great choices for filling in gaps and getting a strong and lasting seal. This same expanding property is what causes trouble when pets ingest the product.
The MyPet Adhesive that we will manufacture exclusively for you containing your pet’s image, will be printed on high-quality, semi transparent vinyl material. We use the same exact material that is used on outdoor bus advertising.
12mm x 33m PET Adhesive Tape for PCB Soldering
Double Coated PET Rubber Adhesive Tape
In this study, the adhesive properties of the plasma modified polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) film surfaces have been investigated. Hydrophilicity of these polymer film surfaces was studied by contact angle measurements. The surface energy of the polymer films was calculated from contact angle data using Fowkes method. The chemical composition of the polymer films was analyzed by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). Atomic force microscopy (AFM) was used to study the changes in surface feature of the polymer surfaces due to plasma treatment. The adhesion strength of the plasma modified film was studied by T-peel strength test. The results showed a considerable improvement in surface wettability even for short exposure times. The AFM and XPS analyses showed changes in surface topography and formation of polar groups on the plasma modified PP and PET surfaces. These changes enhanced the adhesive properties of polymer film surfaces.“We’re looking for the best clear adhesive that will work with polyethylene terephthalate (PET) material. The adhesives we have tried in the past often react with PET and turn a translucent white color. Can you recommend an adhesive that will not have this reaction with PET and remain clear upon application?”Thermal impedance chart above shows superior heat transfer of the Polyonics adhesive after long term temperature exposure compared to the leading competitor.Horgen, Switzerland – May 4th, 2017 – As one of the leading materials solutions providers to the packaging industry, the Packaging & Specialty Plastics business of The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) launches its latest innovation at Interpack 2017: a brand-new adhesive solution which will help to maximize resource efficiency, favorably influence packaging cost, enhance recyclability and optimize the shelf-life of food packaging. Dow’s innovative ADCOTETM L86-500 barrier adhesive enables the replacement of PET, metallized and aluminium-based packaging structures with an all-polyolefin solution which is easily recyclable in existing processes.